Women of all ages are personally invited to become involved in the Women’s Ministry of Lexington Baptist. We desire to see each woman have a close, intimate, and personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We are joining hearts and hands together to encourage, disciple and equip women.
Women’s Ministry Fall Kick-Off
Sunday, September 20, 2015 at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
The kids are back in school, fall sports and activities have started. It is the season of tailgating! We want to invite all of our ladies to our annual Women’s Ministry Kick-Off Event on Sunday, September 20, at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Bring your favorite tailgating food, and we will provide the drinks! Let’s gather around the tables as Daughters Of The King to worship, to fellowship, to be encouraged and to be challenged. This will be an opportunity for you to sign up for small groups, to lead a small group or to be a one-on-one mentor for a younger woman.
This year, we have the privilege of hearing from one of our own who is passionate about the status of women around the world. Emily Yount grew up at LBC. The Lord called her family to full-time missions when she was a teenager, and through her life experiences in a foreign country, the Lord begin to speak to Emily about women’s issues. Upon her graduation from Vanderbilt University, Emily received a fellowship to continue her education, resulting in the opportunity for travel around the globe where she met with officials in various countries to learn more about the status of women.
On September 20, Emily will share with us what God has revealed to her heart about His concern for women around the world. We will also hear an update on the progress being made to open the first safe house in South Carolina for young ladies 17 and under. Did you know that until this last legislative session, we were listed with a few other states as having the weakest laws in the nation on human trafficking? Did you know that we are a main thoroughfare for transporting children/women because of our major interstates? Did you know that Homeland Security held a sting operation in West Columbia, and that when they raided the pimp house, they found all of the five phone lines were ringing with incoming calls from Lexington to make “appointments?” We cannot close our eyes any longer to the evils of human/sex trafficking right here around us. We will learn what we can do and how we can support those who have been robbed of their childhood by the evils existing in our communities and our state.
Mark your calendars for an evening designed for women, about women and God’s heart for women! It will be an evening to remember! See you on September 20 at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall!
Join a Women’s Small Group this year! Women’s small groups are unique and different than traditional bible study groups. In a day in age where it is almost impossible to foster deep, transparent, prayer-filled relationships, these groups are meant to encourage those types of relationships that God created us as women to desire. Rather than meeting together for a set amount of time to go through a short-term study, these ongoing “closed” groups are facilitated by their mentor to grow spiritually, talk about their struggles, pray for one another, and encourage each other to grow deeper in their individual relationships with Christ. Take advantage of this refreshing opportunity to have organic and honest relationships with other like-minded Christians and to rejoice together in the many ways we can see the Lord at work daily if only our eyes are open. You can contact Kay Coker at KCoker2858@aol.com.
Bible Studies for Women
“To Live is Christ”
Join Beth Moore on a journey into the life and heart of Paul the Apostle. Along the way you’ll get to know how the “Apostle to the Gentiles” formed close friendships and served faithfully and loved heartily.
Led by Heidi Hoffman at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays in CHB 201 beginning September 1, 2015.
If you will need Wee Care, send Heidi (email@example.com) their names and ages. You can also email Heidi for more information.
Don’t let anyone delude you with man-made philosophies or traditions that contradict the Word of God. Learn to be “complete in Christ,” and let Him alone meet all your needs.
Led by Melissa Howell from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays in the Reception Hall beginning September 1. For more information, contact Melissa at 803.785.2183 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through the women’s ministry, you can explore ministry opportunities right here in Lexington. The opportunities include working with Daybreak Crisis Pregnancy Center, mentoring and Bible teaching with students in the Lexington school system, working with LICS (Lexington Interfaith Community Services) teaching Life Skills, Budgeting Skills, or Parenting Skills, and encouraging and sharing hope with women in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons. If interested, you will accompany individuals already involved in the ministry. To find out more, contact John Wright, Ministry Assistant (Missions).
Cradle Care Ministry
Are you pregnant or adopting? We want to minister to you during this special time in the life of your family by coming alongside you with prayer, support and love. Fill out the following form to register for our Cradle Care Ministry.
For any questions or comments about the Women’s Ministry, please contact:
Women’s Ministry Team Leader